I have a question about taking away the bottle by a year old. Why is this so important? You would never tell a breast feeding woman that she had to stop breast feeding at a year, so why do I have to take away my daughter's bottle? We only use it for naps and bedtime and she takes a sippy at meals. I've been really thinking about this and I thought maybe there is some medical reason babies should quit the bottle by a year. Or is it just moms wanting to get rid of it? If you didn't stop at a year, when did you? And was it your child's decision or did you eventually wean them off at a later date?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:37 PM on Apr. 10, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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